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Yet another (simple) drop spindle question

After reading the many posts on drop spindles vs. cutting coils vs. lowering spring, I'm looking toward 2" drop spindles. My '70 El Camino has factory suspension/disc brakes. I'm running 255/60 x 15" tires on 15" x 7" rims with 4" rear spacing.

From what I gather, this combination of supension and wheels shouldn't present any problems. Assuming this to be the case (hope it is), is there a particular brand I should be looking at?


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